It’s always a celebration when we turn in a project – especially when we’re able to get the project off on time. Today, we celebrate doing that with a project for the North American Mission Board‘s Connect student evangelism initiative. This is the 2nd year we’ve created custom curriculum for Connect, and we’re excited to see how God uses this curriculum to help students learn how to connect with God, connect with their friends, and then connect their friends with God and with a church.
The theme for this year’s Connect curriculum was Regenerate. The same theme shows up in the evangelism-training curriculum for PowerPlant, which is a summer mission camp in which students team up with church planters to learn how to start new churches and then get to practice doing it. There are 20 PowerPlant sites this summer, and we’ll get to visit one next week. (Will there be an update on the visit on the blog? Of course!)
This was the first year that we’ve gotten to work on coordinating one theme across two curriculum projects for NAMB, and we really enjoyed doing it. We’re excited to see Regenerate in action next week at PowerPlant, and we’re excited to hear stories about how the Connect Regenerate curriculum impacts students and their churches in 2009.
By the way, you can check out last year’s Connect curriculum, Full Circle, at connectwithGod.com. NAMB offers this as a free resource, but you do have to register to download it. That site is where the new curriculum will appear as well. Check it out!